By Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews - “It may be the case that the United States can never return to underwriting, having US taxpayer dollars go to the WHO,” Pompeo said in one of two Fox News interviews this week, Reuters reports. He added that the administration would “take a look at” whether it’s time for a different organization to supplant the WHO’s role… Earlier this month, President Donald Trump announced a temporary suspension of the more than $400 million the United States sends the WHO every year, pending a review of its “role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus.”
By Steve Jalsevac, LifeSite News - Two California doctors may have started a revolution against the Wuhan virus extreme mitigation policies with their calm, very sincere, caring, scientific-based and statistics-emphasizing presentation in a press conference two days ago. Dr. Artin Masihi and Dr. Dan Erikson are with Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield California… I have constantly felt, from the beginning of this pandemic, that there are many things that do not add up about the extreme, unprecedented and devastating measures that have been put in place to try to stop this novel flu from causing the high numbers of model-estimated deaths that have clearly all proven to be dramatically wrong.
LifeSiteNews - We are urgently appealing to President Trump to direct that any new COVID-19 vaccine, receiving federal taxpayer funding, uses NO aborted human fetal cells in its development… Please SIGN this petition which asks President Trump to prioritize only ethical COVID-19 vaccine development with federal funds, and keep his pro-life promise… The Trump Administration's Health and Human Services guidelines were only redrawn last summer to prohibit the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Government's main medical research center, from using human tissue obtained from abortion in their research.
By Thomas Gallatin, Patriot Post - One of the most common occurrences when Congress rushes to fix a problem is that there are unintended or unforeseen consequences created by the “solution.” In fact, the bigger the “fix,” the greater the probability for it creating more problems than it solves. Congress’s recent $2.2 trillion CARES Act provides yet another classic case reinforcing this principle… The Paycheck Protection Program, a part of the CARES Act that provides forgivable loans to “small” businesses to help them stay afloat and retain their employees throughout the China Virus-induced economic shutdown, has been undercut by other provisions within the overall legislation.